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Dec 29, 2012 5:00am EST
several hours so there could actually be a lull in the action as far as the snow is concerned. then on the back end of this we'll see more snow later in the afternoon. so folks that maybe were expecting to wake up and see snow may have to wait another couple of hours. all right. current temperatures right now around the area, some spots it is certainly cold enough to snow, up in westminster 3 2shg edgewood 35. over on the eastern shore, ocean city, they're at 36. then way out west, hancock 30, frostburg, 27 degrees. they are looking pretty good as far as snowfall is concerned. pretty much the entire portion of the channel 11 viewing area except portions of the south and southern baltimore city and baltimore county, they are in a winter weather advisory, so just be aware. that means things could get treacherous as snowfalls from the sky. as far as your forecast today, 33 to 38. it's going to be a chilly one. it will snow more to the north and west in a rain mix to the south as we saw on hd doppler. winds will be out of the east at five to ten miles per hour. current weather rig
Dec 29, 2012 9:00am EST
to be aware of. complaints have become so common, ftc has filed action against retailers. it's federal law for companies to disclose fees on their gift cards or at least make them easily seen by customers. >> any expiration on the card must be clearly disclosed on the card itself and any fees, such as inactivity fees must also be clearly disclosed either on the card or on packaging. >> and those inactivity fees can on be imposed after a certain period of time. that's usually after at least one year that the card has not been used. so the best advice from the ftc, if you have received a gift card, use it right away, trust and know your source and avoid any online auction sites. andy barnett is here from the better business bureau for tips on making those returns. do people really read the fine prints on those cards? >> no. that's one of the problems. we don't save it. we take the card out of the packaging. we put it in a box or envelope. so we don't even save it. for the most part, gift cards are really, you're much more safer with these consumer protection laws. >> what about the returns?
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